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2004/01/01 18:12:57 (permalink)
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Wrists?

I was wondering if anyone can give me any advice on increasing the size of my wrists. I seem to have very small wrists in comparison to my forearms. Although the being bodybuilders, our joints are supposed to remain small, i still think my wrists need a little work. Does anyone have any idea of what exercises may help increase the thickness of wrists? Wrist curls don't seem to effect the size of my wrists, just the forearms.
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    whitehotice
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    RE: Wrists? 2004/01/01 18:36:39 (permalink)
    I think that your wrists grow as the tendons/ligaments get stronger and its a slow process, but most grip exercises including wrist curls will help.

    If you're a bodybuilder then thin wrists would be an advantage!
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    no_pain_no_gain
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    RE: Wrists? 2004/01/01 18:41:18 (permalink)
    Yeah i consider it an advantage to an extent. Its just that now that ive started to increase my exercises dramatically weight wise, i think it has started to take its toll on my wrist. I cannot lift a heavy book without having a sharp pain. I find it difficult to do most exercises without wrist supports, although with them its perfect!
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    Originally posted by whitehotice

    I think that your wrists grow as the tendons/ligaments get stronger and its a slow process, but most grip exercises including wrist curls will help.

    If you're a bodybuilder then thin wrists would be an advantage!

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    JohnOvManchester
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    RE: Wrists? 2004/01/01 19:10:59 (permalink)
    You shouldn't be feeling pain mate.
    Ask your doctor to ref you to a specialist
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